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of the tornadoes that destroyed parts of southern indiana. some who survive reasonable doubt reliving the horror while others are reaching out to help their neighbors. >> once there is a sense of order it is easier to heal. when it is so crazy messy it is just -- overwhelming. it is just too hard. emotionally to be able to function. >> whole entire life, 27 years, my wife, my daughters is gone. i have people -- helping us look for stuff. >> your house picked up and moved. >> yes. oz." costello is live in indiana. i will tell you, if only "wizard of oz." that would have just been fable, just a story. alex. marysville, indiana. that gentleman that talked about his whole life is strewn about the field. take a look behind me. this is the heartwarming thing i would say, you know, for those of us that cover disasters, america always does this. it always agents very quickly. take a look behind me. 24 hours or a little more than 24 hours later, you now have heavy machinery that moved in. there's nothing left of marysville, indiana. walk over here. i found this particularly heartwarming. this pile here,
, nbc news, henryville, indiana. >> through all the death and destruction, there are also stories of survival. a 2-year-old was found wandering in a field in salem, indiana. her entire family was killed in the tornadoes and her home was destroyed. the little girl is currently in critical condition and the hospital is taking donations to help her out. >>> the red cross responded immediately to the devastation, opening new centers in 11 states to help those affected by the tornadoes. in fact, news4's derrick ward joins us live from the red cross on east-west highway in silver spring, maryland. derrick, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. as is often and always, really, in the aftermath of the devastation like we're seeing with those tornadoes, there are those heart-wrenching stories of loss and harrowing stories of survival, like that toddler. well, now it is time to turn that empathy into action. take a look at that scene. 39 people dead across indiana, kentucky, alabama, georgia, ohio, tennessee, and estimates are that about 95 twisters actually did touch down. and the
tempore: the gentleman yields back. the chair recognizes the gentleman from indiana, mr. donnelly, for five minutes. mr. donnelly: thank you, madam speaker. today i rise to pay tribute to john oliver, an outstanding american citizen who has shown commitment and service to his hometown of plymouth, indiana, our state, and our country. a native of new castle in the united kingdom, 50 years ago this month john immigrated to the united states, on march 19, 1962, when he was only 19. in 1975 he officially became a suns citizen. -- a united states citizen. he is a dear friend not only to me but people around the country and world. he began his journey in the manufacturing industry as a laborer for a small research and development firm. he moved to plymouth, indiana, to work for that company, ultimately becoming its president in 1977. nine years later john purchased the company and renamed it u.s. granules. which today produces 50% of the world's granular ue lated aluminum. with his -- granulated aluminum. with his leadership it remains a leader in technology and in quality and they have
zee starts the coverage in indiana. good morning, ginger. >> good morning, everyone. covered in a french two inches of snow, the twisted shredded town of henryville is difficult to see this morning. but look at the scene around me. i am actually in someone's living room. wait till you see the pictures we're about to show you. you'll get a sense of how frightening it was to be in the cross hairs of this tornado. >> oh, no, get back! >> mom, do we need to jump in the car? >> jump in the car! >> run. run. >> come on, get out, get out, get out! [ siren ] >> oh, my god. >> reporter: nature's fury caught on tape. >> back up! >> reporter: the monster tornadoes, part of a violent line of twisters that demolished towns in five state, killing at least 38 people. >> unbelievable. >> reporter: more than 100 tornado reports since friday. at least 42 confirmed. this one packing winds as high as 175 miles per hour. this ef-4 tornado did this to the town of marysville, indiana. the destruction we see from the ground is mind-numbing from above. oh. schools and homes annihilated. this house is
a southern slider if you will. that snow starting to the west around illinois. around indiana and, yes, that includes also southern indiana. this is the same area we were talking about at the end of last week, the tornado ravaged areas of southern indiana and kentucky so they had snow on top of that just adding insult to injury. and that system made its way off to the east clipping us. next, cold air for us with those snow showers and flurries winding down around 7:00 or 7:30. a cold night, sunshine with real, chilly air that will be on tap throughout the day tomorrow. so cool day coming our way tomorrow. flurries ending. skies clearing but cold. sunset today 6:06. 31 to 37 degrees with a northwest wind at 10 to 15 miles per hour. then yeah. cold air for a change starting out again. sun is up at 6:32 tomorrow and when you head out the door you're definitely going to need your coat. 22 to 29 degrees for the temperature but by the afternoon should get up to 45 to 50 degrees. that's still a couple degrees below average. meanwhile take a look at this. your four day forecast. i think you're
. frankly, rick santorum's campaign is lucky he is even on the ballot at all in the state of indiana. they had to contest the findings of the largest county in indiana because that county had initially said he had not turned in enough signatures to get on the ballot there. the rick santorum campaign is a mess. the rick santorum campaign is like a formula one race and everybody is in a formula one car, rick santorum is in a pinewood derby car. whatever you think about him as a candidate his campaign cannot seem to put its pants on one leg at a time. they can't do the basic stuff of running for president. the stuff that has nothing to do with whether or not you were popular, whether or not you have a lot of money, just means you're together enough to do the logistical paperwork, they have not been able to do that. frankly that makes it more amazing mitt romney is having a hard time beating this guy. but in the republican nominating process, rick santorum being a mess of a campaign has sort of been the least messy of all their messes. in a normal year with a normal political party runni
system back in better regards in the education community. doip indiana, francis on our democrats line, good morning. caller: good morning. host: hi. caller: i've got to tell you, leave no child behind was to destroy the union. it was to take money away from public schools and give to private schools and parochial schools, which is a violation of our constitution and state. but the way they got around that loophole was they gave the money to the parents. i got to tell you about something i read in my morning paper in fort wayne, indiana. a new deduction on indiana state tax forms is going to take a lot of people by surprise. the general assembly last year approved a tax break for families who home school or send their children to private or parochial schools. $1,000 per child deduction is not available to parents who send their kids to public schools. it's another diversion of money. host: was there a reason? caller: a republican of goshen, along with a senator of auburn, who actually is my aunt's nephew, who's 105, told a south bend tv station last year that the deduction was a matter
rate for americans at 8.3% nationally and 9% in my home state of indiana, our national debt has grown to more than $15 trillion. this scenario brings great pressure on our financial obligations and places our entire economy at risk. the dollars available for global developments will necessarily be limited. the task before us is asked whether our government is using the dollars as efficiently as possible to achieve the most benefits for u.s. foreign policy and development goals. they should be sustainable development and promote self sufficiency and produces demonstratable results and support the strengthening of democracies and promote the rule of law. as a path allows nations to become effective, trading partners and on the world stage, it is important that we be of assistance. the administration has identified global food security, global health, and global climate change as the highest priorities for our development assistance this year. historically there has been broad support for participation to feed vulnerable population on combat infectious diseases. i will be interested to l
, new york, pennsylvania, and rhode island hold contests. while the month of may, it's indiana, north carolina, and west virginia holding primaries. and don't forget to make c-span.org your clearing house for all things related to the campaigns. watch the latest video of republican presidential candidates and president obama from the campaign trail. search in the candidates on the issues section. for a video of the candidates' views on major campaign issues like the economy the deficit, national security and immigration. again, that's all at c-span.org/campaign 2012. >> in march 1979, c-span began televising the u.s. house of representatives to households nationwide. and today, our content of politics and public affairs nonfiction books, and american history is available on tv, radio and online. >> we have even had advice that we do not do as i did today and come in with a plain old white shirt and a summer tie, heaven forbid. now i don't know whether my colleagues feel that this would be a better decorum for the senate and i see the distinguished senator stafford over here nodding no
require it. the state of florida and indiana have tried similar programs before they were stopped by the courts. what they found is less than 1% to 2% of the people that were tested were actually using drugs. and so talking about a very small percentage. the amount that you get for unemployment in arizona is the lowest in the country, about $240 per week. >> my point is for government jobs, i think people have to do this. i mean, i'm trying to figure out what the down side is. maybe we would be helping people who actually have a drug problem. >> well, perhaps. there's money in this bill for funding for drug treatment, yes, but what the federal government has said is that if we go forward with this legislation, that we could very likely lose our federal money for unemployment. so that means, you know, thousands of people in arizona who are on unemployment who aren't using drugs are going to lose the $200 a week that they need to put money on the table, to feed their families and to get back on their feet. >> all right. it's a very interesting debate. >> you know, beauty of our fed
will be battling tonight. xavier takes on baylor. indiana taking on kentucky. they battled earlier, came down to a buzzer beater, indiana giving kentucky one of two losses. north carolina and kansas are the favorites. you never know we could see a cinderella out of the midwest. great night of hoops last night. >> thank you so much. i'm glad ohio state is still in it too i think -- if they win it all then i can say my bracket will have been a success. >> that is what it's all about. forget about the early rounds. doesn't matter. >> i like your style. thank you, jeff. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> president obama will make an announcement about the world bank. >>> the whitney houston toxicology report. >> we believe that something happened that caused her to go down and we know that when she slipped under the water she was still alive. >> new details and new reaction coming out this morning. >>> mitt romney is giving his side of the story on the second anniversary of president obama's signing his health care bill in law. he writes an extensive op-ed and how it differs from the presi
a tornado in indiana,, heltering &pthem in hii mobile home.but i swepttthemmaway, ultimately killing all five, including 14-month-old angel babcock. saw death at his door."i put my arm kind of ovee annel and got her to get down, you know. i was likeedown. i told her; i said, 'lay down lat!' and i down flat!' hat's like thee and i just started prayingg"a mother in indiana successfully used her body to shield her two kids, but she ended upp aad the other leg above the ankle."i was reaching around holding them, and trying to 3 keep everything away from them so it didn't hit them.""i had two sseel beams n my legs, and i couldn't move. i was stuck."and a man in missouri got something precious back. "an engagement ring i gave my wife 10 years ago.""i was just kept igging and digging until we got to where it wassat. with all this stuff here. how &pdo you finn it?""i called her and she was crying."meanwhile, kentucky senator mitch mcconnell says fema has staated damaae assessment in &pthe hard-hit town of west piberty."we'll do everything we can to try to help these livess"i'm greg black ir
in a very red state of indiana, how do you cross over and persuade people, you know, you can be trustd? and that you share their values? >> it in terms of the-- >> reporter: in terms of the base. >> i would tell romney to be himself and say, look, i have been fortunate to be successful. i have made money. i may not be the most natural person at the political stuff, but i know how to create jobs and run an chiand i will be working every day. he has to, you know, maybe just relax a little bit more and be the authentic mitt romney. because weem -- because people are wondering, is he the moderate or the arch conservative who is competing for the republican nomination? >> chris: it reminds me about the line of samuel goldman, the hollywood mogul says, the key is sincerity. once have you learned to fake that, you have it made. >> i like that, be himself. there is a point in his michigan speech, which a lot of victory speech in michigan, toward the end, are my children going to be able to comfeet in this world? are we going to have the america we want to have? i am going to be the person who
washington of quarterbacks -- george washington of quarterbacks. he can run in indiana. they love him there. from louisiana, they love him there. this is not for vice president. run in tennessee where he played college quarterback. >> call audibles in romney debates. >> bret: there you go. that is it for the panel. stay tuned for a follow-up on the interview with the majority leader eric cantor.  today is gonna be an important day for us. you ready? we wanna be our brother's keeper. what's number two we wanna do? bring it up to 90 decatherms. how bout ya, joe? let's go ahead and bring it online. attention on site, attention on site. now starting unit nine. some of the world's cleanest gas turbines are now powering some of america's biggest cities. siemens. answers. >> bret: finally tonight, we had house majority leader eric cantor on "special report" thursday. while we don't like to brag here, it does seem like we left a lasting impression. >> why are you pretty much it among the big cheeses? [ laughter ] >> i don't know if i'm in that category or not. i will tell you this, bret -- >> i k
for santorum. wisconsin, indiana, illinois, north carolina, turnout is likely to matter a great deal. with 41% of the vote last time being evangelical in illinois, you'd still have to give the edge to romney. it has a big population that's more upscale, that managerial wing of the party that's comfortable with him, but again, saner sum within reach there. >> i know just quickly you wrote an article in the "national journal" this week stronger but not secure. >> yes. >> as a description of where the president is in this election. how does he get secure? >> i don't know if he does. first of all in a more polarized country it's harder for a president to get secure. the question is whether it's possible any more to be president of more than half the country, given how divided we are and whether we will see someone get up to the 59% or so that ronald reagan did. the key for the president is economic improvement. the big thing that changed in our poll, heartland monitor poll, 67% of americans expect the economy to do better over the next year than it is today and that is the tailwind lifting him. y
the things you talked about doing. basic way of society. the supreme court upheld the indiana voter i.d. law 6-3. from what i understand it's not materially different from the one in texas. >> they didn't lose in court. they had a choice, tamara, to go to court or to the department of justice. >> tamara: they went to the d.o.j. has i said yesterday, whether or not you agree with the law on its face, they are required to prove that it does not have discriminatory impact. with the statistics they provide, department of justice does not feel like it occurred. i agree with dana with regard to getting people registered but the people who live in the states live around the state in something where there aren't driver's license locations available to them. they have no problem d. if they can vote, they can get an i.d. >> tamara: this is not about fraud. >> dana: it is a check against the possibility of fraud. voter fraud is a real problem across the country. >> tamara, no, not to this extent. >> eric: the department of justice said that the law didn't apply to things like buying pack of six-pack. y
of the indiana; how do you cross over and persuade people you know, you can be trusted and that you share their values? >> in terms of reaching out to independents. >> chris: no, reaching out to the base. who would you tell romney to do? >> be himself and say i am fortunate to be successful and i made mon yei may not be the most natural person on the political stuff but i know how to get jobs and run the economy. i will being for you. he needs to relax and be mitt romney. people are wonders is the authtent tick mitt romney moderate who served massachusetts or the arch conservative who is competing for the nomination it reminds me of the line. the key is sincerity. once you learn to fake that you have that. what does he do? >> i like being himself and a point in the michigan speech. his victory speech in michigan forward toward the end. will my children be able to compete in the world and will we have america we want to have? he did the big picture and the media, of which quee are part. it is like a football. they keep raising the bar. even if he wins, the headlines don't say he won. it ro
in wisconsin. 46 in indiana. 17 in delaware. 37 in maryland. these are the other winner take all states. they don't split their vote at the congressional district winner take all. >> bill: ron paul in good shape in all of them. maryland very liberal republic state it looks like decent shape. i don't have time to go through all of this. but it seems to me that the only candidate likely to drop out is newt gingrich. santorum is going to stay in until the end. paul hassing in else to do. -- paul has nothing else to do. >> his campaign may run out of doe. allegedson who. >> bill: he says he is not going to do it anymore. sheldon. >> how much money is left in that bank account. also, what happens next week. if newt gingrich does well in mississippi and alabama, it's going to rekindle at least the belief that he could be a -- >> bill: you see all four of them going into june. >> i see all four of them going march into april. i'm not sure i see them all in late april and in may. >> bill: all right. because that would be good for santorum obviously if gingrich drops out then conservatives coale
. cal women 8 seed in the region against iowa will be in south bend, indiana on sunday mornin morning. rest of the country no respect for the pack 12 this season. only 2 teams from the conference made it to the men ncaa tournament and cal barely made it in. bears won 24 games but lost 3 out of 4 to finish up the season relegated to playing game against south florida. not thrilled here but at least grateful to be chosen. >> everybody l talk about this year and our conference not that well but i'm just glad that us in colorado ready to represent this year. i just feel like we can actually do something here. >>reporter: then st. mary's one guy squarely on their side. greg statler at publicity event today had a wedge off the roof of a building. tournament team were below. logo his shot landed on the logo. so clearly a sign that good things are in store for saint marries. >> nothing compared to that. >> no. he's spoken. thanks very much. pretty fun. that's this edition of 7 news at 9:00 on tv 20. for all of us here, thanks for watching appreciate your time. hope to see you a
votes. obama won by 95 electoral. he can lose new hampshire, virginia, indiana, pennsylvania, ohio and florida, and he comes out with 250 -- >> you counsel in your column, it draeted a controversy. bit kristol wrote in the weekly standard -- rarely has an intelligent man been so wrong. >> well, maybe. there's only so much time, so much enthusiasm and so much energy, i think there may come a point where people look at the math and the defects of the republican nominee whoever it is, and say we have a better chance of maximizing the real objective to stop obama by getting all of the committee chairmanships. >> peggy, how did he keep the race from getting that point? >> i don't know. i think republicans really do have to focus. on the senate and the house. but not at the exclusion of the presidency. i think you can argue if you look at the past 15 years or so that a lot of legislationing -- a lot of big things are coming out of the hill. mr. obama's great domestic achievements, if you will, obama care, the stimulus, et cetera, they were created by congress, i think if the republicans
department is doing this systematically, the supreme court has already upheld voter i.d. laws in indiana, yet the doj has already gone after south carolina, and now texas, saying you can't have them, it may be nine indiana, you not so much. let me start with you, mr. bolt, what do you make of the tactic the doj is pursuing and are they on to something lengthit mat that we need to protect minorities at the poll? >> no, this is an attempt by eric holder to use this as an instrument in politics in the last election, and it started in the last election when of course after that he defended the black panther party for voter intimidation and what they were doing there, that was intimidating poll watchers, and these identification cards are another form of poll watching. they are a verification that the person was voting, should be voting, that was an intent of the voting rights act, of course. and by striking a side, first by intimidating poll watchers and by making it almost impossible to determine whether somebody is or is not entitled to vote they're really trying to maximize what they perceive
staggering, even days later, with schools canceled in parts of indiana, utility crews racing to restore electricity, after the screaming winds knocked down pare lines -- power lines. jen take a look at this picture. this is complicated by the weather issue, it's snow, a few inches falling in some of the hardest hit areas, parts of kentucky also dealing with snow, up to a dozen tornadoes swept through last week, the governor there touring the devastation and declaring a state of emergency. >> the damage i saw yesterday was the worst i've seen. it was total devastation in west liberty, where i went first, in morgan county t. looked like a bomb had been dropped in the middle of town. it was a war zone. jon: that's a good description. we have live team fox coverage. meteorologist maria molina is in the fox weather center, first, though, to mike tobin in liberty, kentucky. mike. >> reporter: jon, you'll see a lot of activity in west liberty, kentucky but what you won't see a lot of are the residents. this town is a virtual ghost town from that aspect, everyone coming and going. one of the mu
by a voter. you have had a voting irregularities by voting officials -- the secretary of state in indiana ran into trouble erupted to these issues. a photo id requirements will not stop this. this in some places is a solution in search of a problem. many states -- i am in new york today. we are headquartered in new york. in new york, everyone does not drive. they are more reliant on public transit to get around. so, if a person says doesn't everyone have a driver's license? now. everyone does not have a passport. if they do not travel internationally, they may not have a need and a passport is not free. since the beginning of this republic, it has been more the norm than the exception that people could present themselves, sign a sworn statement, and present themselves to vote. now, all of a sudden, in the advance of this 2012 election, there has been an avalanche of states. the truth there is a hint behind a curtain. there are those behind the curtain seeking to encourage legislators and states to pass these more restrictive voter i.d. laws, writing doppler legislation. -- breaking up regular
, the gentleman from indiana, mr. burton, is recognized for 48 minutes as the designee of the majority leader. mr. burton: thank you, madam speaker. i appreciate it. i ask unanimous consent to revise and extend my remarks. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mr. burton: madam speaker, yesterday a good friend of mine, senator john mccain, became the first u.s. senator to publicly call for u.s.-led air strikes to halt the violence in syria. respectfully, i disagree with the senator from arizona. our main goal in the middle east is to protect our interests and the interests of our major ally, israel. if we are to be dragged into a civil war in syria for humanitarian reasons, i would respectfully remind senator mccain and the president that they do not have the power to unilaterally start a war. the authority to initial wait war is vested -- initiate war is vested in the constitution, specifically in congress, and the war powers act was enacted into law over a presidential veto. not an easy thing to accomplish. to fulfill the intent of the framers of the constitution of the united states in r
.f.l. it truly has been an honor to play in indianapolis indiana. i do love it here. i love the fans and i will always enjoy having played for such a great team. i will leave the colts with nothing but good thoughts and gratitude to jim, the organization, my teammates, the media, and especially the fans. >> rose: joining me now is peter king. so when you watch this... makes you want to cry, doesn't it? >> i got a little choked up watching it today. it was... what was so interesting about it is that peyton manning is not an emotional person. at least not in games, not... you know, he doesn't get choked up. he is... he prides himself on being in control of every situation, of every setting. if i'm told peyton's going to call you today and you got 30 minutes, i made sure to look down at my watch at the 25-minute mark. and if there were questions i absolutely had to get in, i got them in in the next five minutes because he was a real stickler about being punctual and all that. >> rose: he was going to stop it after 30 minutes? >> not necessarily. if he was enjoying it, he was going to keep goi
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